As a kid, Casey split his time in and around local theater productions and exploring D.C. on his BMX. Then, he moved to New York to go NYU’s Tisch School of The Arts to pursue a degree in Film and Television. Casey has gone onto to direct pieces for multiple Fortune 500 companies, dozens of musicians and countless brands. His films have screened all over the world, including most recently at the Tribeca Film Festival where Holy Night, an interactive film about addiction in small town America, screened as a part of the “N.O.W.” showcase. In 2018, Casey was commissioned to write a psychological thriller feature film set inside an NFL locker room.
His work has spanned genres, mediums and technologies, but most often times you can find Casey leading films, commercials, documentaries, virtual reality pieces, and most importantly, interactive films. Overall, Casey tries to tell stories that make a difference by elevating voices that need to be heard.
In his spare time, you can usually find Casey on one of his (likely too many) bicycles.